Best Max IV belt

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    Best Max IV belt

    Just thought I would pass this along. Since I carry heavy loads of ice fishing gear with tracks on through deep snow and slush the belt takes a beating. I would narrow up a belt in one season, tried many different ones. After talking with Timken they advised a belt designed specifically for Argo. The UA495. I?ve got two seasons on it now with almost no wear. This belt has been replaced now with the even heavier duty UXP495. Since this belt is a little thicker it requires no shims unless you like it super tight like me. Hopefully someone can benefit from this.
    Last edited by tbone9; 05-30-2022 at 04:02 AM.
    What it lacks in ground clearance it makes up for with traction.

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    thanks for the info

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    Hello tbone I'm looking for a belt 2005 Max 6x6 27hp Kawasaki so this belt is going to work in my Machine thank you Sr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yeral View Post
    Hello tbone I'm looking for a belt 2005 Max 6x6 27hp Kawasaki so this belt is going to work in my Machine thank you Sr
    Yes it will. I have the same machine, same engine and same year.
    What it lacks in ground clearance it makes up for with traction.

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